About Susan Fee | Author-Speaker-Counselor
Storytelling is at the heart of Susan’s work. She began her career in the performing arts as a dancer, mastering storytelling without words. Later in her career, she worked as a journalist, sharing other people’s stories. Today, as a therapist and writer, she helps others tell their own story, transforming painful narratives into ones that heal.
Susan Fee is a therapist, author, and national trainer based in Cleveland, OH. She specializes in helping clients develop their personal and professional communication skills. She delivers training to individuals and corporations on communication skills, conflict resolution, resiliency, motivation, and presentation skills as well as providing voice-overs for audiobooks, training videos and commercials.
She’s the author of numerous magazine articles and books including, 101 Ways to Make Your Message Stick, 101 ideas & Insights About Resolving Conflict, The Manager’s Motivation Handbook, Circle of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. Facilitator’s Guide, and the college survival guide My Roommate is Driving Me Crazy!
Susan developed Circle of F.R.I.E.N.D.S. to teach girls ages 8-14 how to develop healthy relationships, regulate emotions, increase self-esteem, and communicate assertively. She’s taught her workshops for Girl Scouts, parent groups, schools, and summer camps. Susan believes every person has a story worth telling and she wants to help young girls in particular tell a powerful one.
Behind the Scenes
Susan is an avid hiker, runner and cyclist. She's tried (and mostly succeeded) at zip-lining, canoeing, kayaking, white water rafting, rock climbing, horseback riding, skiing, ice skating, roller skating, paddle boarding, body surfing, and golf. She loves to do all these things while traveling. She's lived in eight states, traveled to all 50, and visited multiple countries. Click on the picture gallery below to see just a few adventures.
Closer to home, Susan is a wife and mother to a family willing to sample all of her experimental cooking, much of which involves garlic. She's an active member of her church, volunteering in youth and women's ministries. She also tries really hard to finish reading the book in time for her monthly book club, but admittedly doesn't always succeed. Susan solves writer's block by walking her rescue dog, a Yorkie Poo named, Lucy. (Hint: Lucy gets a lot of exercise.)